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Headed home late one night I came across a spray can near the end of the sidewalk and as I turned the opposite direction there were a few graffiti tags I touched the wall of the house onto which the tags were embedded upon to find out it was recently done due to the fact that it was still not completely dry Before I realized anything else I was stopped by two police officers nearby who quickly handcuffed me and took me down the station ignoring every word I said Similarly in a book that I have recently read the main character is blamed for an action which he did not commit - the murder of a drugstore owner at a holdup In Monster by Walter Dean Myers Steve is faced with an internal conflict of desire that causes him to question his morality In life at one point or another we all begin to question ourselves and we let others influence our decisions Although Steves conflict puts him in a bad position I will suggest a resolution that will help him resolve it Steve experiences an internal conflict regarding the way in which he wishes to be acknowledged In chapter five within Steves journal we see Steve experiencing this desire to be seen as a good person What did I do Anybody can walk into a drugstore and look around Is that what I am on trial for I didnt do nothing P 115 Here he proclaims is innocence in his jorunal In chapter three Steve has to deal with some strong prejudicial stereotypes that may affect jurors For example O Briens words to him are Youre young youre black and youre on trial What else do they need to know P 78-9 Here she is saying that the jury is pre-judging him before the case is over and nothing so far is evidence as to him being innocent Steves sense of his
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